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may i noe wad type of home made mask is good for red marks

pls put down ur ingredient list and how to make them and the method of applying.

this is best to cool down the face to help relieve active ances and red marks,

anybody have ANY RECIPIES TO SHARE OTHER DEN THE USAGE OF BIO oil.

pls help pls! TY

I'm VERY DEPRESSED BY THE RED MARKS!!!!

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Hmm..I'd suggest a aloe vera gel and asprin mask.

Disslove 4 un-coated asprin in just a little amout of water to make a paste. Then add a squirt of aloe gel to it, and apply it all over, or just spot treat the red marks if you want. Aloe helps calm irritation and heal acne as well. And the asprin is good for drying up acne spots too, as well as also fading the marks.

It depends on your skin. If you have senstive/ dry skin. I'd say do it once a week. If not three times is good.

Hope that helped..

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i dont understnad why ppl thing applying stuff on their faces will get rid of redmarks. it only helps slightly and the major reason ppl do it is to make themselves feel better. there is no knack to getting rid of redmarks. redmarks are faggots that are harder to treat than active acne. TIME is its biggest enemy and no further breakouts. applying stuff is useful but not essential. if u want instant results please have a look at VBEAM it may help u.

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